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Heavy fine being imposed on lawn-hall, continuous action of Municipal Corporation

  • Knocked on 05 venues

Nagpur. Seeing the ever-increasing figures of Corona, the Municipal Corporation has now started cracking down on those who violate the rules. Even heavy fines are being levied by knocking on the lawns and in the hall events. This can be gauged from the fact that on Wednesday, the squad paid Rs 25,000 after being found violating the rules in the Jawahar Vastigriha lawn located just opposite the Municipal Commissioner’s bungalow. While taking action at Sant Ravidas Auditorium located in Hanumannagar, only Rs.5,000 was recovered. fine was recovered. For the first time, the operator was warned because the matter of violation was exposed here. Action was taken on a total of 5 programs on Wednesday.

2 hotels also fined 25-25 thousand

On Wednesday, the Municipal Corporation not only took action on the lawns and halls, but also imposed a fine for violating the rules by knocking on the programs going on in the hotel. The program was going on at Hotel Ashoka in Manishnagar under Dhantoli zone where there was a huge crowd. Even social distancing was not being followed. On this, the squad imposed a fine of Rs 25,000 on the operator. Paid the fine of. Similarly, taking action against Hotel Taiwan located in Ashok Chowk in Dhantoli zone, Rs. were recovered. Apart from this, Rs 25,000 from Imran Khan for violations found in Chopde Lawns located at Awasthi Chowk under Mangalwari Zone. were collected as fines.

50,000 fine on Gantwar hospital

It is noteworthy that Dr. Praveen Gantawar and his wife have worked as officers in the Health Department of the Municipal Corporation. Despite being in the health department, organic waste from his Columbia Hospital located in the Dhantoli campus was being disposed of by mixing it with the general waste. Vehicles have been installed for collection of garbage as per the functioning of the Municipal Corporation, where a separate space has been made for organic waste. But instead of giving garbage to the garbage collection vehicle, it was being thrown in the normal garbage. As soon as the squad got a clue, the hospital was knocked down. When the matter came to light, the squad collected Rs 50,000 from Columbia Hospital. recovered the fine of.

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